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Have You Seriously Considered Filing for Bankruptcy?

If you’ve really thought about filing for bankruptcy, ProPublica wants to hear from you — even if you ultimately decided against it.

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Over 50 and Looking for a Job? We Want to Hear From You

We know American employers don’t always treat older workers fairly. We need your help figuring out what that looks like.

Help Us Find the Missing White House Financial Disclosures. We Need Names

One month ago, the White House said they would make about 180 of its staffers’ financial disclosures public. We’re asking for your help to find the missing forms.

Is Your Member of Congress Telling It Straight on the ACA? Help Us Fact-Check Them.

We’re looking for civically engaged people to help us fact-check what members of Congress are sending to their constituents.

Help ProPublica and USA Today Investigate Alternative Schools

If you are familiar with alternative schools for students with academic or behavioral issues, we need your help.

Do You Know Someone Who Died or Nearly Died in Childbirth? Help Us Investigate Maternal Health

By many measures, the United States has become the most dangerous industrialized country in which to give birth.

Do You Make Less Than $47,500 a Year? Help Us Investigate Overtime Pay.

Do you make less than $47,500 a year? Help us investigate overtime pay.

Recap: Chat with The Lawyer Who Wrote the Nuisance Abatement Law

Sidney Baumgarten commissioned the drafting of the Nuisance Abatement Law in the 1970s to clean up Times Square. He says the way the NYPD uses it today violates the constitution.

Live Forum: Protecting Houston Before the Next Big Storm

ProPublica and Texas Tribune are co-hosting a community forum in La Porte, Texas, to discuss how to break through the state’s political and scientific gridlock in order to protect Houston before disaster strikes.

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